ACES screens ‘chemtrails’ film

ACES Society has been screening some thought-provoking films at the Harrison Mill Community Hall recently, and the next one is   titled What in the World are They Spraying? It will be shown on Friday, March 18 at 7 p.m. (doors at 6:30).

What in the World are They Spraying? is a recently-released full length  documentary by G. Edward Griffin and Michael Murphy exposing hard evidence of environmental and human damage as the result of the ongoing geo-engineering project known as chemtrails, ACES reps say.

“By now most people are familiar with this peculiar phenomenon seen crisscrossing the skies worldwide and turning our once blue skies into a murky haze.  We are grateful this message is being courageously spread broadly and loudly and are determined to pass on this information to as many people as possible in the hopes that it will help end this insanity,” they write.

As always admission is “pay what you can” and refreshments are by donation.

 

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